Last week, I was lucky enough to be able to attend the DIBI (Design It Build It) Conference in Edinburgh, thanks to the wonderful Sharpe Recruitment. The conference was all about taking risk, which is a particularly interesting topic for those working in tech — and particularly for myself as somebody with a software development background — it can often be discouraged to take engineering and design risks on anything more than personal side projects — which made the eclectic line up of speakers all the more interesting.
Mobile Mini is celebrating a record year following its 2016 business results and the UK gets ready to welcome its first social network created by a 16-year-old app developer.
Go Research Pro - 'How To Do Market Research For Commercial Gain'
We're delighted to announce the launch of our second co-investment campaign for 2017, an EIS eligible investment opportunity into an innovative ladies outerwear brand bringing sophisticated waterproof apparel to the market.
This months latest news from those lovely people @harveyandhugo
Check out this months latest news from @viacreative
A citywide, multi-venue festival of entrepreneurship and innovation that will help you go from business idea to launch in just 5 days.
A leading Tyneside recruitment agency is to sponsor the largest technology diversity event in the world.
More clients = more work but how can non tech people see the benefits of buying into your product?